2017 Mazda CX-5
Mazda has impressed once again with the new Mazda CX-5. As the top selling Mazda model in Canada, the CX-5 boasts a beautiful exterior design and stylish interior. No details have been missed in this version of the CX-5, which give the car a luxurious feel. The driving experience is elegant and quiet as well – a truly noticeable difference from previous models. While the changes in the 2017 model are subtle, they make for a better driver and passenger experience to an already great car.
ABOUT THE 2017 MAZDA CX-5
SKYACTIV-Vehicle Dynamics with G-Vectoring Control
i-ACTIVSENSE safety technology available
155hp in manual transmission and 187hp in automatic transmission
All-wheel drive available on some trims
7-inch touchscreen display with Mazda CONNECT
2017 MAZDA CX-5
In the all‑new 2017 CX‑5, Mazda designers take quality and driving pleasure into consideration in every component of the CX‑5 much in the way that traditional Japanese sword makers approach their art. New levels of comfort alongside cutting‑edge technologies enable you to revel in the art of a well‑crafted ride.
The 2017 CX‑5 with revitalized KODO design elevates both beauty and the toughness you expect in an SUV. The redesigned front grille, lower‑placed headlights and LED fog light bezels accentuate the sense of flow and speed. And inside, the interior’s exquisite fit and finish use materials that feel smooth to the touch.
SKYACTIV‑VEHICLE DYNAMICS with G‑Vectoring Control (GVC) works behind the scenes to achieve a smoother, less fatiguing drive for you and your passengers by subtly adjusting engine torque, intentionally optimizing vehicle weight transfer during every day commutes and spirited drives alike. The result is steering that is more precise, reduced noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), and a more comfortable ride. Winner of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada’s (AJAC) award for Best New Technology 2017.
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